This scrapbook chronicles the patrilineal and matrilineal genealogy of Fay Webb Gardner. The scrapbook contains photographs, written narrative, news clippings, and historical documents pertaining to the Webb, Andrews, Love, Blanton, and Harrill families. Other families of note include: White, Putnam, Bridges, Hamrick, Watson, and Roberts. The scrapbook contains artifacts referencing the Lucy Cobb Institute, Webbly, the North Carolina Governor's Mansion, the Shelby Graded School, and First Baptist Church Shelby. The scrapbook is unbound and has numerous missing photographs. Also included are notes, primary documents, and photographs that have been clipped to individual pages. Larger artifacts, such as the biography of James L. Webb by R. L. Ryburn, are scanned within the body of the scrapbook. Smaller artifacts, scanned separately as supplemental documents, include: news clippings, photographs of the Gardner, Webb, Andrews, Harrill, and Bostick families, and primary documents dating from 1832 - 1866 pertaining to the Watson, Long, Lukadoo, and Robertson families. Detailed descriptions and scans of smaller artifacts can be accessed in the Fay Webb Gardner Collection hosted by Gardner Webb University Digital Commons.
The Fay Webb Gardner Collection is housed at the Gardner-Webb University Archives. The collection has been digitized through a gift of the O. Max Gardner Foundation, Inc.
To view the complete collection, visit The Fay Webb Gardner Collection in the Gardner-Webb University Digital Commons: https://digitalcommons.gardner-webb.edu/fay-webb-gardner/
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Gardner, F. W. (n.d.). Genealogy Scrapbook; Undated. Fay Webb Gardner Collection, Gardner-Webb University Archives, John R. Dover Memorial Library, Boiling Springs, NC